Friday, December 19, 2014 Kislev 27, 5775

The late educator played a major role in cultivating Jewish life at home, in Israel and even in the U.S. Navy, and his influence will continue to be felt long after his passing.
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Letter writers attempt to explain the husband of a terrorist victim's identification with the attackers, promote the importance of understanding the dangers of Jewish genetic diseases and ponder the significance of the term "Jews of no religion."
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By:
Dan Krakow
The current model of whirlwind Birthright trips and semester-long MASA programs is not in-depth enough to create real, lasting connections to Israel, says the former director of Young Judaea programs in Israel.
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By:
Shelley Kapnek Rosenberg
A community founder reflects on the power of 30 years of continuity at Reconstructionist congregation Or Hadash.
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Rabbi Ira Budow
Eighth-graders at Abrams Hebrew Academy explored Israel's dichotomy as the ancient Jewish homeland and a modern startup nation, according to the day school's director.
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